PICS’ new Opportunity Projects Program is funding research into climate education, decarbonizing of BC’s energy system and much more
The PICS “Leadership in Engaged Research Award” for outstanding research and collaboration by PICS Scholars 2022
The PICS Awards recognize and celebrate PICS Scholars for contributing to the ‘PICS Way’ of engaged, collaborative research. Nominate or self-nominate a PICS Scholar by April 1, 2022.
Discover new research results, funding opportunities, videos, & more in the 2021 PICS Fall Newsletter.
Highlights from the PICS Scholars Forum 2021
An exciting opportunity for research teams to advance frontiers in climate solutions.
Grab this opportunity to join the PICS team and work with BC's northern communities.
A presentation on incorporating climate risk and opportunities into investment decisions.
PICS received its highest number of internship applications in 2021 - and has awarded a record number too!
Our door will be open for innovative climate solutions proposals under our Opportunity Projects Program in 2022. Stay tuned!
In this inspiring talk, Dr. Carly Phillips, explores our climate vocabulary, and the future of wildfires and forests in a rapidly warming world.
PICS congratulates Ilana Judah and Brenan Strandberg-Salmon for their remarkable accomplishment and leadership in engaged research.
Find out about our latest climate solutions research, and partnership-based programs and opportunities.
PICS is proud to be part of TEDxBearCreekPark 2021!
Researchers at SFU’s new Living Lab launch four projects to counter global climate change, including a PICS 'green fleet' initiative .
The PICS “Leadership in Engaged Research Award” for outstanding research and collaboration by PICS Scholars
The PICS Awards recognize and celebrate PICS Scholars for contributing to the ‘PICS Way’ of engaged, collaborative research. Nominate or self-nominate a PICS Scholar by March 8, 2021.
As contradictory as this sounds, deconstruction should be part of Canada's“Build Back Better” post pandemic sustainable recovery.
Make some major headway on your climate solutions projects with the help of a PICS intern!
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by SFU student Maha Shehadeh, from the PICS Innovations in Mobile Thermal Energy Storage Project.